Argentina, at the start of the twentieth century, was undergoing a period of rapid growth. The British had opened up the country with the construction of railways and this allowed the agricultural industry to flourish, especially the sheep industry, with the export of meat and wool. But Argentina was a sparsely-populated country and there wasn’t … Continue reading
Posted in March 2013 …
Publicity for Water Will Find its Way
You can read the “Writing & Me” feature about Water Will Find its Way on http://www.writing.ie A little girl glimpses tango dancing in a brothel. An orphan seamstress is lured away from the Armenian ghetto by a charming French soldier. And a mother struggles to overcome a legacy of shame that began the night she … Continue reading
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